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Permanent Window Art Exhibition

August 29, 2019 - August 31, 2029

The artwork found in the windows of building 12 and 13 highlight the group of artists who were selected for the 2015 Director’s Collection.

Josh DeWeese – Solo Exhibit

February 26 - November 29

Josh DeWeese has exhibited and taught workshops internationally and his work is included in numerous public and private collections.

Chris Gustin

February 29 - November 29

Chris Gustin's pottery makse connections to the human figure with figurative analogies used to describe pots throughout history all in some way invite touch.

reshaping space: Group Ceramics Exhibit

March 14 - November 29

The reshaping space exhibit explores a consistent theme addressing the concept of space – taking up, filling and probing the positive versus the negative.

Clay International 2020

August 8 - October 11

Workhouse Arts Center Clay International exhibition represents the depth and breadth of contemporary functional and sculptural ceramic artworks being created throughout the country. Ceramic artists Lynnette Hesser and Steve Loucks juried over 150 images to select 49 pieces of which incorporate a contemporary spirit as well as technical skill in the material. The show is an exciting opportunity to see a variety of style and technique which encompass the field of contemporary ceramic arts. You can view the exhibit in-person Friday-Sunday, Noon-5:00pm. View the Virtual Exhibit here.

Right to Vote – Solo Exhibit by Julia Dzikiewicz

August 8, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - January 10, 2021 @ 5:00 pm

Overtly political, deeply emotional, and subtly humorous, Julie Dzikiewicz weaves feminist parables into immense encaustic wax paintings. Monumental like an altarpiece, they inflame the spirit; illuminated like a tapestry, they give shape to immortal stories. Yet, Dzikiewicz’s work refuses a singular order. Using ancient wax techniques to explore present-day topics, Dzikiewicz is unflinching. She strikes hot, skewering the heart of the difficult issues she addresses, including themes of violence, racism, and misogyny. As an artist in the Arches program at the Workhouse Arts Center, the grief and triumph of the once imprisoned Suffragists serve as the inspiration for her contemporary…

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